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"Given that [Edward] Thomas aspired to write poetry himself, it's hardly surprising that he viewed his work as frustrating drudgery, and that the need to keep churning it out exacerbated the depression to which he was prone. It took a poet—Robert Frost—to tell him that he 'was writing as good poetry as anybody alive, but in prose form where it did not declare itself.'" Adam Newey • Guardian

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